I join forums because I like the discussions you can have from people with common interest. I also learn a ton form real users which I think is important. This forum has been great about both. So here is my new request for opinions. My daughter is 9. He has seen me shooting and has been asking me to take her with me lately. She has shoot some basics be guns, pellet, etc. (safety in mind), but has been asking for a "real" gun lately. I am one that believes in teaching responsible use and want her to learn to be safe, comfortable, and good with guns if she is interested. With that in mind, I have been looking for a good, but inexpensive youth rifle. My childhood rem 514 is too long for her right now. I didn't want to spend a lot because I want to see if she will like it enough to continue and she needs to grow a little more for full size. Yesterday can across and decided to buy (but give yet) an older model (s201220pk) youth Rossi 22. With bsa scope, sling, and 100 rds ammo for 125. Figure with basic scope, sling, and ammo, I basically gave between 60-80 for the gun itself. Did not have the 410 barrel. I had been looking at the youth rifles (rascal, crickett, etc. at local shops going between 130-200). Would like some options on it a introduction rifle for a youth. Is the price sounds fair?